Articles by Sundeep Kumar Kavanal Radesh

Sundeep Radesh is a graduate of the University of Leeds, UK. After his Masters in International Journalism at the red brick university, he was Magazine Editor of an international magazine based out of Dubai, UAE. He then worked in Copenhagen, Denmark, as Erhvervs - og Økonomiredaktionen (Business and Economy Editorial Staff).

Trump and Merkel at NATO summit

Trump Says He Had 'A Great Meeting' With Angela Merkel

On Wednesday during breakfast with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, referring to a joint natural gas pipeline between Germany and Moscow, the president said Merkel’s government was "totally controlled" and "captive to Russia."
Trump Baby Balloon

UK Scientists Say Trump Risking UK National Security

The letter, detailing a desperate plea to Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May urging her to challenge her American counterpart, Donald Trump, on climate change cited the U.K. government’s “National Security Strategy and Strategic Defence and Security Review.”
Congressman Jeff Denham

Congressman Denied Entry Into Facility For Migrant Children

Accompanied by cameras, the Congressman kept knocking on the door as he waited for several minutes, before asking the security guard if employees inside were aware of his presence. Eventually, he was informed the employees had been instructed not to answer the door or converse with Denham.
Marijuana leaf and bud

Oklahoma Votes To Legalize Medicinal Cannabis

The new law proposed is rather broad. It allows for the growing, selling and using of marijuana for medicinal reasons by individuals who are 18 or older. More importantly, it does not detail the conditions that allow physicians to authorize its use.
Students embrace

Teens Having Less Sex, Drugs, But Bullying, Despair Still An Issue

“It's the things they are experiencing, whether it's violence, victimization or mental health and suicide risk, where we still have great concern," Kathleen Ethier, director of the CDC's Division of Adolescent and School Health in the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, said.
McDonalds Deals

McDonald’s Layoffs Coming As Part Of Restructuring

“I recognize that change is difficult, and that eliminating layers within our organization means some employees will ultimately exit our system,” the company’s U.S. president, Chris Kempczinski, said in a memo.
Iran's foreign minister Mohammed Javed Zarif

Iran Calls On World To Save Nuclear Deal

The other economies part of the deal, namely Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China still contend the deal is the right option for Tehran and the world, and Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called "the remaining signatories and other trade partners" to "make up for Iran's losses" due to U.S.’ exit.
Kelly Sadler

Kelly Sadler Tells Trump Her Boss Is Responsible For Leaks

Trump assured Kelly Sadler the remark would not result in her firing, and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told the communications team she was more disappointed in the fact that the comment got leaked to the press than the actual remark itself.